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Jackson Researchers On Forefront Of Combating Alzheimer’s

What do algae blooms, British explorers and neurodegenerative diseases have in common? A lot, it turns out.

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What To Do When An Elderly Loved One Begins Wandering

If you become a caregiver for a parent, grandparent or other loved one with dementia, you may find yourself having the same fear if your loved one begins to exhibit a concerning symptom of dementia; getting lost or wandering.

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New Weapon In Fight Against Dementia

A University of Delaware researcher is investigating a novel compound’s role in combating age-related chronic diseases like mild cognitive disorder and dementia. 

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Changing The Way We Look At Dementia 

Currently, more than 13,200 people are registered as Dementia Friends in the U.S., and organizations in 14 states.

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Alzheimer’s: Body Clock Disruptions Occur Years Before Memory Loss

New research indicates that circadian rhythm disruptions occur much earlier in people whose memories are intact but whose brain scans show early, preclinical evidence of Alzheimer’s.

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Tips to Help Families Cope With Alzheimer’s

Receiving an Alzheimer’s diagnosis is never easy. It’s life changing, not only for the person receiving the diagnosis but for their family members as well.

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